Women and War: Feminist Approaches to War and Violence
Temple University (in person at Charles Library 401, and online)
The entire event will be available live via Zoom. Please visit the Challenging War webpage to register and receive a link.
- Nancy Sherman (via Zoom) Professor of Philosophy, Georgetown University - “Is Military Stoicism Actually Stoicism?”
- Laura Sjoberg (via Zoom) British Academy Global Professor of Politics and International Relations, Royal Holloway University of London - “Kill the Women First? Gender and the Impossible Civilian”
- Margaret Betz (Rutgers Camden) “Fight Like a Girl: Women and Resistance Violence”
- Isabel Canfield (via Zoom) (Notre Dame) “How Rape Can be Genocidal” TBD
- Tim Challans (Booz Allen Hamilton) “Fascist Masculinity in Warfare”
- David K. Chan (University of Alabama at Birmingham) “Is there a Feminist Virtue Ethics of War?”
- Parish Conkling (Houston Community College) “Testimonial Exclusion in Accounts of Political Violence”
- Olena Komar (Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv) “Placing Women’s Self-Identity in the War: Victim or Warrior, Savior or Survivor”
- Rebeccah Leiby (University of Baltimore) “Making Space for Mothers of Children ‘Born of War’ in Transitional Justice Theorizing”
- Bonnie Mann (University of Oregon) "Gender as Justification for Total Race War: Tucker Carlson's End of Men"
- Danny Marrero (University of Texas Rio Grande Valley) “Feminicidio: A Form of Biopolitical Power”